Whether it’s politics, personalities or analysis Phil Matier is one of best informed insiders in the Bay Area.
In addition to his work with KPIX 5, Matier and fellow journalist Andy Ross co-write a news column for the San Francisco Chronicle. Their column, Matier & Ross, runs Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday, offering scoops and insights about one of the most fascinating and trend setting regions in the country. Matier can also be heard on KCBS Radio during morning and afternoon drive time.
“I’ve long said the Bay Area was put here to give the rest of the country something to talk about,” says Matier. “And we don’t let them down.”
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A third of Oakland residents’ trash bills go to the city, not the trash company. A grand jury report and a lawsuit suggest that’s illegal.
Former president Bill Clinton spoke from the back of a pickup truck in downtown Oakland Monday as part of a Bay Area barnstorm to pull a win out for Hillary Clinton come Tuesday.
From Berkeley to the Bayshore and all through the Bay Area, the Democratic presidential contest is up and running.
As BART struggles to accommodate record ridership, construction of new housing near BART stations will likely send thousands of new commuters onto the system in the coming years.
Hosting Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco came with a nearly $3 million price tag to keep police patrolling the streets of the city.
Fourteen demonstrators were arrested Wednesday for refusing to leave the Alameda County Courthouse. They were calling on the DA to drop charges against the “Black Friday 14” protesters who crippled BART service on the last Black Friday.
Bay Area and state lawmakers are discussing the possibility of raising bridge tolls again, and they are debating where the money would go.
The Academy of Art is one of San Francisco’s biggest employers and landowners. But a new city report says there’s a troubling pattern of building code violations.
BART thought it could put an end to jam packed rush hour trains by changing up its schedule. But some riders who use the Concord station say the changes are not an improvement.
In a new series of radio ads, the union representing San Francisco police officers has come out swinging against what they see as anti-police sentiment.